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Aloe Ferox is a plant indigenous to one province in South Africa and nowhere else on earth! There are over 100 species of aloe in South Africa, but Aloe Ferox is the one that had been used by the indigenous people long before the arrival of Europeans to what is now the Cape Province.

Unlike most aloe vera products, aloe ferox never has to be filtered and thus retain all the natural present active ingredients.
Aloe ferox is neither irrigated nor treated with pesticides or insecticides. This plant is so strong that it survival is sustained through the strength of its own immune system.
The bitter aloe is most famous for its medicinal qualities. The hard, black, resinous product is known as Cape aloes or aloe lump and is used mainly for its laxative properties but is also taken for arthritis.
The gel-like flesh from the inside of the leaves is used in cosmetic products and is reported to have wound healing properties.
Why Should I buy Aloe ferox?
• Aloe ferox – is a pure and natural healer
• Aloe ferox – is herbal
• Aloe ferox – is non-toxic and has no undesirable side effects
• Aloe ferox – is renown for it’s cleansing properties
• Aloe ferox – is a natural detoxing agent
• Aloe ferox – has more vitamins, minerals, amino acids and polysaccharides than aloe vera
• Aloe ferox- is traditionally use to stimulate cell renewal
• Aloe ferox – is better naturally
Proteins are made of smaller units called amino acids, which are the building material of the body. They are vital for growth and repair of the body.
The are used to make hormones, enzymes, antibodies, neurotransmitters and help transport substances around the body.


The human body was designed with all the mechanisms to heal itself. Aloe Ferox and many other herbs enhance the body’s own mechanisms for healing!

Herbs or Medication?

Herbs prove themselves to be close therapeutic competitors of medication and are almost always safer, gentler and less
likely to cause side effects. Causalities and fatalities researched from literature, government reports and expert databases indicate that
approximately zero (0.000%) cases are due to the use of complementary health products, whereas 5.176% are due to properly prescribed and used drugs. It seems that herbs may even be safer than food because 0.24% deaths are the result of food eaten!

Herbs and Medication?

Many herbs enhance the effect of a drug when using it simultaneously, while some may counteract the effect. Consult your doctor (preferably a herbal enlightened doctor) when you want to use herbs along with prescribed drugs. It is possible that your dependence on the pharmaceutical may decrease. You might be able to wean yourself  off the drug entirely or get by with smaller dosages. Adjustments to medication should be done under supervision of a doctor.

All medication has harmful side effects. When medication   is used  in conjunction with herbs, they may help to  counteract  the side effects.
Aloe bitter sap is not suited for:
Pregnant women as it can stimulate the uterus. Nursing mothers as it can pass through breast milk resulting in colicky babies and persons with intestinal irritation.
How to use Herbs
Follow the directions on the label. Start on a low dose and gradually build up to establish the correct dose for your body. Everyone is  different physiologically.
Some people will be able to take larger dosages than others and for some people it will take longer to note a beneficial effect. Drink lots of water. Give herbs enough time to work – at least 3 months.